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Environmental Science and Policy, ISSN 1462-9011, 03/2016, Volume 57, pp. 22 - 30
The co-benefits concept implies a ‘win–win’ strategy to address two or more goals with a single policy measure. There is much scholarly and policy attention... 
Ancillary benefits | Development | Climate change | Co-benefits | Research | GREENHOUSE-GAS EMISSIONS | ENVIRONMENT | OPPORTUNITIES | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | AIR-POLLUTION | ASIAN CITIES | CHANGE MITIGATION | HEALTH | ECONOMY | SAFEGUARDS
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Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, ISSN 1364-0321, 09/2015, Volume 49, pp. 232 - 242
The co-benefits approach is a concept that aims to align the climate change issue with the local development goals. The premise of this approach is that the... 
Co-benefits | Developing cities | Bicycling | CO 2 emission
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Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, ISSN 0263-774X, 11/2016, Volume 34, Issue 7, pp. 1344 - 1363
Emerging economies are struggling to make their development plans sustainable. India, for example, has adopted the co-benefits approach in its climate policy... 
co-benefits | Climate change | discursive institutionalism | energy | India
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Environment and planning C: Government & policy, ISSN 0263-774X, 2016, Volume 34, Issue 7, pp. 1344 - 1363
Emerging economies are struggling to make their development plans sustainable. India, for example, has adopted the co-benefits approach in its climate policy... 
GOVERNANCE | NEGOTIATIONS | POWER | India | co-benefits | Climate change | DISCOURSE | IDEAS | PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION | CLIMATE POLICY | discursive institutionalism | ECONOMY | energy
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Energy & Buildings, ISSN 0378-7788, 10/2017, Volume 152, pp. 587 - 601
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Journal of Cleaner Production, ISSN 0959-6526, 02/2016, Volume 114, pp. 299 - 313
The concept of co-benefit, a negotiation topic in CO mitigation attracts worldwide attention including China in coping with climate change. Energy saving... 
CO2 mitigation | Local air pollution (LAP) | Bottom-up model | Co-benefit | Cost-effectiveness | mitigation | CO | EMPIRICAL-ANALYSIS | GREEN & SUSTAINABLE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | ENERGY | SECTORAL ANALYSIS | EMISSIONS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | AIR-POLLUTION | REDUCTION | ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL | SO2 | ANCILLARY BENEFITS | GENERATION | CLIMATE POLICY
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Procedia Engineering, ISSN 1877-7058, 2017, Volume 180, pp. 890 - 900
In Australia, co-benefits have rarely entered policy discourse and have so far failed to gain traction in climate change-related policy debates. This is partly... 
co-benefits | liveability | built environment | health and wellbeing | local government | low carbon policy | Australia | urban planning | climate change
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Energy Policy, ISSN 0301-4215, 2010, Volume 38, Issue 5, pp. 2586 - 2597
In this paper, we examine the co-benefits of reducing CO emissions in Thailand during 2005–2050 in terms of local pollutant emissions as well as the role of... 
Effects security | Co-benefits | Carbon reduction targets
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Etikk i Praksis, ISSN 1890-3991, 2016, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp. 141 - 170
The climate change mitigation effort is being translated into several actions and discourses that make collateral benefits and their rationale increasingly... 
Climate change | Co-benefits | Well-being | Capabilities approach | Freedom | ENVIRONMENTAL-IMPACT | Capabilities Approach | ENERGY | SCENARIOS | CARBON | EMISSIONS | MOBILITY | LESSONS | POLICIES | COSTS | Climate Change | PHILOSOPHY | ECONOMICS | ETHICS
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Etikk i Praksis: Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics, ISSN 1890-3991, 10/2016, Volume 10, Issue 2
Climate change mitigation effort is being translated into several actions and discourses that make collateral benefits and their rationale increasingly... 
Capabilities Approach | Well-being | Climate Change | Co-benefits | Freedom
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CARBON MANAGEMENT, ISSN 1758-3004, 08/2012, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp. 325 - 327
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Carbon Management, ISSN 1758-3004, 08/2012, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp. 325 - 327
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Energy Policy, ISSN 0301-4215, 2006, Volume 34, Issue 2, pp. 172 - 187
Key elements of present investment decision-making regarding energy efficiency of new buildings and the refurbishment of existing buildings are the marginal... 
Marginal costs | Co-benefits | Energy efficiency | co-benefits | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | ENERGY & FUELS | energy efficiency | marginal costs | Case studies | Energy use | Housing | Dwellings
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Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, ISSN 1848-9257, 12/2013, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp. 326 - 339
Energy-related Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects contribute to sustainable development through reducing air pollutants in addition to CO2 emissions.... 
emission | Energy-related CDM project | Power generation mix mode | Co-benefit | Air pollutant | India | CO2 emission
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by He, K and Lei, Y and Pan, X and Zhang, Q and Zhang, Y and Chen, D
Energy, ISSN 0360-5442, 2010, Volume 35, Issue 11, pp. 4265 - 4272
The rapid growth in coal and oil consumption has led to increasing emissions of greenhouse gases as well as air pollutants in China. In response to this, the... 
Scenario analysis | Energy policies | Co-benefits | MORTALITY | THERMODYNAMICS | ENERGY & FUELS | PARTICULATE AIR-POLLUTION | CITIES | Analysis | Air quality | Air pollution | Energy policy | Energy efficiency | Pollutants | Air quality management | Greenhouse gases | Public health | Atmospheric carbon dioxide | Energy use | Policies | Health | China | Carbon dioxide | Emissions control
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